I’m a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) specializing in issues facing youth and young adults, suicide prevention, and career counselling.
In addition to my private counselling practice, I work as a youth suicide prevention therapist and a counselling instructor. I’ve been providing counselling in one form or another for seven years, and have a Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from Adler University in Vancouver, BC. I’ve worked effectively with youth, young adults, post-secondary students, and adults facing many issues – have a look at the Counselling page for more information on issues I can help you to address in therapy.
In addition to helping, I love to write – so be sure to check out my blog! My writing is inspired by my experiences in the helping professions – be it as a counsellor, or my years as a career counsellor at a large university in BC, Canada. So, in addition to my reflections on mental and emotional health, don’t be surprised to find the occasional career advice article! I also like to write about ideas and theories I’m captivated by, books or other media I’ve found thought provoking, and even the occasional short story!
Opinions expressed on the blog, and in any of my published material, are my own and not those of any employer(s) or affiliated organizations.